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Gaming PC suddenly causes lagg everywhere

Hey guys!

 

Quite a few months ago I upgraded my pc. It worked like a charm. However, the last 2 days my pc suddenly got a lot slower. Google Chrome is laggy, Youtube shows lagg, games suddenly don't achieve higher than 20 fps and i really can't pinpoint where the problem is. I haven't been downloading anything at all for the last weeks. I have no idea how to fix this.

 

The specs of my pc are:

 

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8 core

16gb DDR4 RAM

Geforce GTX 1070 GPU

750W power supply

Asus Rog Strix X570-F motherboard

 

Thank you for reading!

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14 minutes ago, JornWeegenaar said:

Hey guys!

 

Quite a few months ago I upgraded my pc. It worked like a charm. However, the last 2 days my pc suddenly got a lot slower. Google Chrome is laggy, Youtube shows lagg, games suddenly don't achieve higher than 20 fps and i really can't pinpoint where the problem is. I haven't been downloading anything at all for the last weeks. I have no idea how to fix this.

 

The specs of my pc are:

 

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8 core

16gb DDR4 RAM

Geforce GTX 1070 GPU

750W power supply

Asus Rog Strix X570-F motherboard

 

Thank you for reading!

Temps okay? Are your drivers updated? Is your RAM in dual channel?

Also, you just say "750w PSU" What is the PSU model?

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3 minutes ago, Downkey said:

Temps okay? Are your drivers updated? Is your RAM in dual channel?

Temps are all okay, nothing weird there. Drivers are all updated and RAM is in dual channel indeed

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Just now, JornWeegenaar said:

Temps are all okay, nothing weird there. Drivers are all updated and RAM is in dual channel indeed

What exactly is your PSU model?

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3 minutes ago, JornWeegenaar said:

Coolermaster GX bronze 750W

That's not a good PSU, but it's probably okay. Reset all OCS you have (if you have any) and then see what happens

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1 minute ago, Downkey said:

That's not a good PSU, but it's probably okay. Reset all OCS you have (if you have any) and then see what happens

I know it's a 7 year old PSU. What do you mean by OCS? Thank you for taking the time by the way

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1 minute ago, JornWeegenaar said:

I know it's a 7 year old PSU. What do you mean by OCS? Thank you for taking the time by the way

OCS = overclocks

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OCS = overclocks

Ah thanks for clarifying. I don't have anything overclocked at all. CPU and GPU etc all running stock

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7 minutes ago, JornWeegenaar said:

Ah thanks for clarifying. I don't have anything overclocked at all. CPU and GPU etc all running stock

Do you have XMP enabled? 

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1 minute ago, Downkey said:

Do you have XMP enabled? 

No i have not. But i don't really see why that must be causing any problems. My pc ran like a beast. Sea of Thieves for instance ran at 2160p 120 fps max settings. Now it's barely 12 fps. with exactly the same settings. Same goes for other games like GTA V, Warzone, F1 2020 and Assetto Corsa. It feels like i'm gaming on 10 year old hardware or something out of nowhere.

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1 minute ago, JornWeegenaar said:

No i have not. But i don't really see why that must be causing any problems. My pc ran like a beast. Sea of Thieves for instance ran at 2160p 120 fps max settings. Now it's barely 12 fps. with exactly the same settings. Same goes for other games like GTA V, Warzone, F1 2020 and Assetto Corsa. It feels like i'm gaming on 10 year old hardware or something out of nowhere.

Higher RAM speeds on Ryzen is very useful, and can give great performance. 

Although i'm out of ideas. A reset of windows would probably work, but that's kind of a last resort

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1 minute ago, Downkey said:

Higher RAM speeds on Ryzen is very useful, and can give great performance. 

Although i'm out of ideas. A reset of windows would probably work, but that's kind of a last resort

Okay will try and boost my RAM. Thanks for looking for a solution! Really appreciate the help

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